A Doppler ultrasound is a test that uses high-frequency sound waves to measure the amount of blood flow through your arteries and veins. Orlando Health, in affiliation with MCRG, offers the most advanced diagnostic tools available anywhere, including the Doppler ultrasound.
Our cardiologists may recommend this quick, noninvasive test to check for blood flow problems in your arms or legs that could increase your risk for a heart attack or stroke.
Adopting a healthy lifestyle is crucial to your heart health. Whether you need to lose weight, quit smoking or just eat better, we can help you reach your goals.
Where your heart is concerned, every minute counts. Our Chest Pain Program is designed to quickly diagnose potential heart attacks and provide you with the most advanced treatment.
If you have chest pain or other symptoms, our cardiologist may use noninvasive CT angiography to produce detailed images of the arteries that supply your heart with blood.
Our Comprehensive Stroke Program is a leader in treating complex strokes. Our neurologists will employ the latest research and technology to develop the best treatment plan for you.
Angiography is a cardiovascular imaging procedure our doctors perform to diagnose heart disease. We can see where blood flow is restricted and plan treatment for your best outcome.
If you are having any signs of a heart attack, you should see our doctors immediately. We may admit you to the hospital to make sure you receive the most thorough, individualized care.
Our cardiologists will use interventional cardiac catheterization to insert a catheter into the chamber of the heart and diagnose and treat your heart condition.
Our cardiovascular surgeons offer you advanced and comprehensive treatment for vascular conditions such as carotid artery disease, coronary artery bypass grafts and aortic aneurysms.
Our cardiovascular specialists can treat or eliminate varicose veins with this venous ablation, a minimally invasive procedure that reduces your pain, bruising and recovery time.
Our cardiologists may use this noninvasive test to examine the blood flow in your arms and legs and check for problems that could put you at risk for a heart attack or stroke.
Our cardiologists are experts in this noninvasive technology for detecting a narrowing of arteries or blockages in your heart that could lead to a heart attack, stroke or other conditions.
Our cardiologists may use this minimally invasive procedure to determine if you have cardiovascular disease, the extent of your condition and the best way to treat you.
Our cardiologists may recommend this minimally invasive procedure that uses a catheter, a balloon and, if necessary, a stent to open your blocked blood vessel or artery.
If you suffered a heart attack or chest pain, our cardiologists may recommend opening clogged arteries by inserting stents, or mesh tubes, which can increase blood flow from your heart.
Our cardiologists can develop a personalized plan that may include minimally invasive procedures to improve the blood flow to your heart and extremities.
Our cardiologists may be able to improve the flow of blood from your heart with this advanced, minimally invasive procedure that cleans out clogged arteries.
Our cardiology team will determine if you are a candidate for this minimally invasive procedure that can remove blockage in your artery, restore proper blood flow and eliminate chest pain.
If your coronary artery is blocked, we may recommend inserting a stent into your artery to restore blood flow. An endograft repair may be best if you suffer an abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Damage or blockage of your blood vessels may require surgery. Our cardiologists can perform vascular bypass surgery to redirect blood flow around the blockage or constriction in your vessels.
Our cardiologists may assess risks to your heart by checking the blood flow in your arms and legs with blood pressure monitoring and sonogram technology.
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